1. Friday, August 9, 2013 - 7:47 AM
So as I think, I am. That's what is more important. Not those ridiculous statistics. I am me. Not a "number". Good morning to you to, SB.
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2. Friday, August 9, 2013 - 3:19 PM
Or as the article pointed out, the wealthier segment could actually be spending more and skewing the results. I may in fact be spending less, but my neighbor seems to be on a tear lately. :O)
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3. Friday, August 9, 2013 - 5:38 PM
It can be (1) error in the mind, (2) error/confusion in statistics, (3) absent-mindedness (who cares?!)
I, for one, can not care less about how I spend vs. several years ago. What I do care is (1) whether my expenses are indeed necessary and worthwhile, (2) how I can increase my earnings and budget my spending more effectively.
Again, the article (as many other financial articles) is missing the point, IMHO.
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